Photo #1 - Changed The Tank Around And Also I Am Now Running...

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Photo Caption: Changed the tank around and also i am now running two Fluval 405's which is rated for 100 GPH so thats about 200 Gph in water changes i know thats more then need but it keeps my tank nice and clean.
fish tank picture - Changed the tank around and also i am now running two Fluval 405's which is rated for 100 GPH so thats about 200 Gph in water changes i know thats more then need but it keeps my tank nice and clean.
80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Here is the new look of the tank with sand
fish tank picture - Tank in the process of settling with the new sand
fish tank picture - Bumble Bee & Yellow electric...
fish tank picture - Not sure of the species still trying to find out.

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Tank is a 80 gallon tall its 22" tall 4 ft long and 1.5 wide. The light i have is a T8, Filtration systems I have a Fluval 405 canister. I also have a 60/80 hang on back filter. and still to come is a 30 gallon sump
Advice: Be sure this is the hobby you really want a lot of time & money goes into it.
Fish Kept: African Chiclids Yellow electric, bumble bee, and a few other assorted chiclids.
Corals/Plants: None they keep messing them up.
Tank Size: 80 gallons

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